Tired of hearing your friends kid you about “go big or go home?” Here are some tips if you want to build your own .308 Win. AR-10.
Tired of proprietary barrel nuts and tools needed when installing AR-15 handguards? The new Brownells Wrenchman series of handguards can be installed with a simple crescent wrench.
For those contemplating a 350 Legend AR-15 build, Faxon Firearms offers its Gunner lineup in the new caliber.
Installing an AR-15 barrel is as easy as pairing an upper and barrel, tightening a barrel nut and you're done! Right? Well, if you want it done right, there are a few extra steps involved.
Loaded with driver bits designed for working on firearms of all types, the Smart Drive 90 from Real Avid is a must-have for today's tinkerers.
Looking to enhance that AR-15 of yours without taking out a second mortgage? Here are five performance-enhancing upgrades that you can do easily for less than $100.
Whether you're looking for your first AR-15 or building your tenth, it's still worth asking the question: Should I build or buy my rifle? We examine each side of the issue here.
One AR-15 addict discusses his love for America's most-popular rifle and why building a gun is a great idea for any fan of the AR platform.
Designed to offer an ideal handguard to pair with a mil-spec AR-15 upper receiver, the DoubleStar Cloak is compatible with today's M-Lok accessories.
Can you have both lightness and affordability in an AR-10? We worked out what was needed to keep this .308 Win. rifle both nimble and budget-priced.